Walnut Ridge
High School
Student Government

Student Helper 
February 9, 2015 
Henrietta Tackie 
Dear Students,

My name is Henrietta Tackie and I am earning my internship hours by being a student helper. The reason I am writing you this important information is that there are so many ways you can help by being a student helper. We know the ways to earn grades but we also know that we need internship hours to graduate high school. Like for example, you can help the cafeteria workers during breakfast or lunch time by cleaning the tables, sweeping the floors in the kitchen, wiping off the counters, or even washing the dishes. This may not sound like a very attractive job or make you worried about how your friends may view you. Yet other times, when your friends see you doing it, they will probably join you and also earn their internship hours. It is always fun! Thanks for listening to me and I hope this helps you.


The Comedy Improve Troupe of Walnut Ridge Class Clowns 
February 9, 2015
Dark Vapor (Earnest Johnson)
Hello, this is your Vice President of the Sophomore Class here to tell you about a little program called The Class Clowns, Walnut Ridge's comedy improve team. Now, as some of you know, I am apart of the team and wanted to let you know: it's not all fun and games. Some serious requirements are needed. People think just because you're funny you can get in. I'm here to tell you, that is a lie. Now as some might know, we're holding auditions soon in February (to join The Class Clowns!), so I'm going to give you some info on how to get in.
First, you need to be smart. Mr. Shipley doesn't want anyone, how do you say, of inadequate  intelligence. Second, you gotta think fasxt. You can't go in thinking... well nor thinking at all, to be honest or Earnest (see what I did there!). Thirdly, which is BIG, you got to take risks. No, not meaning, "Hey, I can tell a dirty joke or something like that!" It means, don't be afraid to do something weird. Fourth, be loud. I talk really loud, I mean really, really, LOUD. So loud that my mother be telling me to quiet down when we were at the fair. That's a different story for  a different day.Lastly, do your thing homie. If you have any questions, just ask me, I'm always around. You can also ask any of the other Class Clowns. 
Principal - Richard Stotts Jr.
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